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C# Coding Standards Series – Exception Handling

Posted on July 16th, 2011.

This post is part of a series that covers most of notable C# coding standards that you should follow. You can download the document with all of the post from here: [download id=”2″ format=”1″] You can see here the other posts within the series. As programmers we always want to write code of the highest quality....

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C# Coding Standards Series – Code Commenting

Posted on July 15th, 2011.

This post is part of a series that covers most of notable C# coding standards that you should follow. You can download the document with all of the post from here: [download id=”2″ format=”1″] You can see here the other posts within the series. Adding comments to your work is without doubt one of the most...

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C# Coding Standards Series – Language Usage

Posted on July 12th, 2011.

This post is part of a series that covers most of notable C# coding standards that you should follow. You can download the document with all of the post from here: [download id=”2″ format=”1″] You can see here the other posts within the series. In .NET, if you don’t respect some basic rules about language usage...

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C# Coding Standards Series – Indentation, Spacing and Coding Style

Posted on July 7th, 2011.

This post is part of a series that covers most of notable C# coding standards that you should follow. You can download the document with all of the post from here: [download id=”2″ format=”1″] You can see here the other posts within the series. Each programmer has a unique way of coding. While this fact is not a...

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C# Coding Standards Series – Naming Conventions

Posted on July 6th, 2011.

This post is part of a series that covers most of notable C# coding standards that you should follow. You can download the document with all of the post from here: [download id=”2″ format=”1″] You can see here the other posts within the series. Terminology and Definitions for Naming Conventions: Camel Case...

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Coding Standards for C#

Posted on June 27th, 2011.

It’s easy to write code but it’s hard to write readable and long-term maintainable code. Whether you work in an organization or you are a freelancer, it’s mandatory to respect some basic rules about C#. It helps you to save some time when you need to make some changes over the time and it will be understandable by all...